This episode is a recap of a few talks at 2018 Exponential Medicine. You will hear thoughts on interoperability, practical use of AI in enterprises, some bold ideas about the future medicine thanks to digital innovation by Vinod Khosla, and lucid thoughts regarding the affordability of novel digital health solutions and how we should reframe our thinking about management and leadership to improve global health.
Speakers in episode 22:
Shannon Sartin, Executive Director of the US Department of Digital Service at Health and Human Services,
Lonnie Rae, the founder of a healthcare startup MEDAL, which is working on gathering patient data from various sources such as faxes, paper, and EHR system,
Rajeev Ronanki, SVP & Chief Digital Officer, Anthem,
Vinod Khosla, Founder of Khosla Ventures,
Dr. David Bray, Executive Director for the People Centered Internet coalition.
Other speakers from Exponential Medicine, featured in other episodes of this podcast:
Shafi Ahmed – F018 Can Bolivia become the global digital health role model? https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-ei4fi-9a22c0
Shawna Butler – How are nurses shaping healthcare? https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-fzgvh-96c074
Walter Greenleaf – F011 Will VR decrease drug expenditure? https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-jexte-9151db
Rasu Shrestha – F006* Rasu Shrestha at SXSW: “Healthcare shouldn’t be about survival but about thrival” https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-i7hfx-8d4b05
Ashish Atreja – 020 USA Healthcare Leaders – How Far From Collaboration First, Competition Later Relationship…? (Rasu Shrestha – UPMC; Mitesh Rao – Stanford; Ashish Atreja – Mount Sinai) https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-z627w-7e395f
Recap of all the episodes: https://medium.com/faces-of-digital-health